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Mar 28, 2011 4:30pm PDT
is the strategy. we are watching the and it sounds like he is getting introduced. let us listen anin. >> the president i would like to update the american people on the international efforts that we have led him in libya. what we of dawn, what we have planning to do and why this what we have done--let me begin paying tribute to our men and a uniform and women in uniform that acted with courage, professionalism and patriotism. they have moved with incredible speed and strength. because of them and our dedicated diplomats a coalition has been forged countless lives have been saved. meanwhile, as we speak of our troops are supporting our allies and japan. leaving a rock to its people and stopping the momentum in afghanistan and leaving iraq--to its people and continuing to conquer all qaeda. as commander in chief, i am proud all elements, the coast guard, and the families. i know all americans share in that sentiment. half for generations, the united states of america has played a unique role in global security, and as an advocate for human freedom. mindful of the risks, costs of milita
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Mar 7, 2011 4:30pm PST
. these creepates pg&e threatened to call the police on us. and we were looking into the possibility of flooding into the cult hellas to look of the documents. however, pg&e is not letting us into the-tell palace--they do not what was to abolish them. call palace--the cow palace. >> two different city taxes. the $46 billion tax it deficit jean quan wants to get help. from the oakland land owners and phone users. a five-year, $8 parcel tax that would need approval from two-thirds of the city voters. $80, and the telephone tax. and an emergency meeting is a schedule for tonight at oakland city hall at 5:00 p.m. >>pam: federal judge is allowing the testimony of former baseball player, drug dealing relationship with barry bonds former personal trainer during this sluggish sluggers perjury trial. claiming that he lied to a grand jury. that it never knowingly took performance enhancing drugs. and also deconstructions of how to administer them. the >>pam: protest to save leashed told walking. and reboot da ? we are all alike. >>reporter: we've been following this and the national park service. today, t
KRON
Mar 8, 2011 4:30pm PST
in alameda is showing us where back box containing the remains of someone was last seen before was stolen. >> right here with a small round table. the backpack was on the table just 30 minutes before the funeral service was set to begin. we set up for the funeral, all of us were busy doing little side jobs getting ready. someone taking opportunity, what can, saw the pack had no understanding what he or she had picked up and it was gone. >>reporter: church officials say was a small gathering for the funeral service however the churches doors were open to the public at the time. investigators with the alameda police department said they have not determined that the person knew what was in the backpacker not. the situation is being treated as a criminal theft. however, the reference said she is prepared to forgive the person responsible. >> returned to the church or the alameda pd and that will close the loop for us. judgment is not mind to offer. reporting live, kron 4 news. >>pam: fallout from the alleged police misconduct surrounding the san francisco police department is now affecting mu
KRON
Mar 15, 2011 4:30pm PDT
economic toll. today the u.s. stock market closed sharply lower. japan the world's largest economy accounts for 10% of u.s. exports. >>catherine: today officials ditch to plan and try to use helicopters to pour water into a nuclear reactor. the fire is out, there is still a lot of concern that the water to boil away. here's a timeline of events of the nuclear plant that has the world on edge. the 9.0 earthquake hits off the coast friday. the nuclear plant is in one of the hardest hit areas. the quake and tsunami knocked out regular and backup cooling systems to reactors one and three. workers began injecting sea water and boron and reactors to prevent a meltdown. saturday afternoon, a hydrogen buildup leads to an explosion. blowing the roof off the no. 1 reactor building, for workers heard. midday monday, another explosion tears through the reactor number three building. the roof and topples are destroyed, 11 people hurt. late monday, reactor no. 2 loses its cooling capability. workers in jagged see water and boron into that reactor as well. tuesday morning, an explosion in its the
KRON
Mar 16, 2011 4:30pm PDT
down from 18 to 13. if crews are now using sonar as well as diverse to locate those boats and other hazardous debris on the bottom of the harbor. overall, damaged to the boats estimated about $4 million. damage here to the dock as well as to the overall infrastructure of the harbor no a $25 million and rising. reporting live, kron 4 news. >>pam: local universities are concerned about our students were studying abroad in japan. the chancellor of the csu system is ordering all students to be evacuated from japan citing concerns about potential for shortages and the increasing damage from the damaged nuclear facility. the csu system is not evacuating at this time. all students from stanford university are heading back after they were given the option to return. the devastation from last friday's quake was not enough, now the rescue and recovery teams are dealing with bad weather. rye and shows as " one team is up against in japan's northern coast. >>reporter: were in northeastern japan, we got here to find the scene here. it tells the story of complete devastation in the neighborhood.
KRON
Mar 14, 2011 4:30pm PDT
will show you the we got on a boat with fish and game that give us a tour. hundreds of boats had been damaged. the big concern with many of these, particularly better on the bottom is that they could be leaking oil. fuel, and if they could be for quite some time. they could only get three at that time of the water. and it could be four, five more days of this a salvage operation. the harbor will be closed until the least of sunday. the latest news conference the department of fish and game. >> a lot of the damage that would of occurred to pose with an under the water line to handle larger vessels bottom out. and at the top, the organs, the mass of the sailboats that for clinging together-the tops of the masses of the sailboats. until the owners are able to communicate with their insurance companies. >> those boats have gasoline, oil, and if you leave them on the bottom ultimately that fuel will seek out. and it will float to the surface with the pollution hazard. we are trying to get those boats out of the water to eliminate pollution hazard. and the navigational problems of social wi
KRON
Mar 25, 2011 4:30pm PDT
. this will be a lot more organized. as we head towards 2:00 a.m., notice of this yellow it actually shows us where we're going to get moderate downpour. it looks like will continue see pretty high rainfall rates as we head for your saturday morning. if you sleep and you could miss a good part of it. 9:00 a.m., the north bay starts to dry out to but still contending with what weather in the south bay. in the afternoon, the best chances for scattered showers. the intensity is expected to be over night. here morning lows expected in the '40's, 49 san francisco, 49 in the south bay. in the afternoon, our high school state into the '50s. 58 santa rosa, 60 degrees in oakland on view and that's about as warm as it's expected to get. san jose 59 degrees, here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, shows as more wet weather in store. rainy and breezy tomorrow. showers continue into sunday. next week looks much better. f >>pam: rockslide disclose how we won about half mile pass till valley. jeff bush shows you the damage to what the crews are doing to clean it all up. if >>jeff: hillside was still moving by m
KRON
Mar 21, 2011 4:30pm PDT
to the recommendations for car seats. hugely there are three different hot car seats that they use. this is an infant, this is the convertible car seat and there is the booster. no changes to any recommendations for the infant. the biggest is for this convertible car seat. the academy of pediatrics is recommending that this car seat remained rear-facing until the toddler is 2 years old. currently, most parents turn this around at one year old. they are saying that it is no longer acceptable to turn this around. the reason you want to have it freer- facing is that offers more protection to the head, the neck when it is continuing to rear facing. also a booster seat. pryor'prior recommendation was six years or older, now it is between 8 years old and 12 years old and 4 ft. 9 in.. the recommendations have been changed for the seat belt they do not want the seat belt cut across the child and hitting their neck. reporting, kate thompson, kron 4 news. >>pam: the recommendation by the american academy of pediatrics is also sent a california law must be in car seats until they're 6 ft six years old, and how
KRON
Mar 30, 2011 4:30pm PDT
used to search this field behind a row of houses. a two suspects were found and taken into custody. one meeting in ambulance for bite wounds received. the second suspect gave himself up. >> i made a phone call into the residence and he was kind enough to answer the phone for us. he said yes i'm the one car looking for, give me a few minutes to handle some personal business in the restroom all come out. >>pam: oakland police are searching for three men suspected of kidnapping and raping a 14 year-old girl. it happened about midnight near church street. police say they grabbed the girl there, drove for to another location where she was sexually assaulted. police describe the three men between 20 and 40 years old in a blue lexus. the budget battle which is at tipping point in sacramento, jerry brown said he has stopped negotiations with the republican lawmakers. kron 4 tells us what the two sides want in this battle. >>j.r. stone: able one different things, here is what were talking about. the state of california has a $26.6 billion shortfall for next year. they've already cut $12.4 billio
KRON
Mar 24, 2011 4:30pm PDT
but of an watching this creek. they have been very concerned about the level. and let us give back to our stormtracker givelouiswith a we? >> we are going to continue. it is not going to be quite as intense. lioiusa? >> it is shifting to the east from the south bay but still isolated cells continuing to bring downpours. stormtracker 4, the heaviest of this off to to the east. as we take into the south bay. oregon health-gilroy that is where we are getting the most of the severe weather. through morgan hill-and gilroy. and places like debbie court. highway 1 0 1 through the boulevard. to the north you can see through san francisco we watched a weather cells pushing its way through the golden gate bridge. towards the richmond/a vital bridge. we are starting to see a difference in the wet weather richmond-sinophile bridge. sinophile bridge. heavy rainfall pushing east towards tracy. that weather cell was pushing through a sinophile bridge. san rafael br, with moderate rain with a rain weather watch in effect for the next 30 minutes. the ground is also over saturated. high surf advisory in ef
KRON
Mar 1, 2011 4:30pm PST
department determined the two teenagers entered the canal by using this creek which flows into it. the creek is not maintained by the county, the canal is. the board determined the need to be marked in a deal reached to get the word out to state of the canal. >> it is not a recreational facility in it's not safe to do rafting, buoying or canoeing. >>jeff: us a message that will go out to primarily teenage residents. the as this tragedy illustrated, sometimes young people go to great efforts for adventure. the program will also depend on input from people who live in the area. officials are hoping that residents who live nearby will point out areas that need more attention, that percentage of fencing. the last times of the like this happen was a 1991 when a young boy fell in the canal. that prompted the painting of the signs warning people to stay out that was the last time anything was done. at the new campaign will be designed to be sustainable in keep the message in the public's mind year round. >>pam: the city of vallejo is grappling with the rise in prostitution according to t
KRON
Mar 11, 2011 4:30pm PST
be a problem but fortunately we haven't heard of any injuries related to that so that makes us happy mainly we want people to stay at a the area to prevent injuries so, it's very tempting we all want to look and see what it is felt we do hope that people were good at where they stood and watched him work careful. >>catherine: we were hearing roughly 100 boats is that still the count? >>caller: it looks right now about 30 to 40 boats were severely damaged or destroyed. we assume there are many more that have minimal damage. >>catherine: thank-you laurie with santa cruz emergency operations. >>pam: our coverage of the son of the surge will continue. this year in from santa cruz as we look to these pictures. estimates now $15 million in damage in those early estimates. the assessment of damage to both the harvard in the one a real low. if we will be back much more news ahead. >>pam: logical live to dan ackerman at ocean beach awaiting word on high tide. u.s. of new information? >>dan: we've all been waiting for the high tide. they have reopened the great highway. as you see there are cars now com
KRON
Mar 18, 2011 4:30pm PDT
at your extended forecast coming up. >>pam: we continue tracking the storm which resell, joins us live from the break. it had >>terisa: been rough here on the peninsula. delays here at sfo. i just got off the phone with the duty manager, she tells me departures and arrivals are still being delayed. it is much better than it was earlier. at one. some flights had to our delays on average. right now flights are being at least delayed an hour. this would weather, that was a problem. at 11:00 a.m. the weather service issued a tornado warning. winds were clocked at 30 to 40 mi. per hour. of what conditions left some localized flooding. in parking lots like this one, and along el camino. residents say it was quite the day to try and stay dry. >> with a number of law, i didn't want to come out side because i was afraid. i'm staying dry though. it seems like it's coming down and buckets today. it's pretty scary for a while there i was reading what to do in case your outside or inside for the next one hopefully there will be one and all be ready for. the national >>terisa: weather service said i
KRON
Mar 23, 2011 4:30pm PDT
's a catastrophe that belongs to all of us. it isn't a thing that belongs to a minority group anymore. >>reporter: taylor helped found the american foundation for aids research and established the elizabeth taylor aids foundation. later she publicly defended michael jackson appearing with the center several times and supporting him to an often critical press. late in her life the actress took to twitter where she opened up the fans about her health issues including a heart procedure back in 2009. twitter charitable work and her body of work on screen, she stood out as one of hollywood's most giving and most glamorous stars. santer and go reporting. >>pam: as mention one of taylor's passion is aside from fell was her work with aids research and education. we talked with a local aids foundation about her role in fighting the disease. >> contribution she raised by appearing at our offense was significant in getting the early funding which led to some major research development. kron 4 >>pam: jan wall will be on our set off at 6:00 to talk about the list as taylor's legacy. meantime, celebrities are
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Mar 29, 2011 4:30pm PDT
to release not impact us. targets >>pam: predicts it will take in the tax revenue of $700,000 a year to the city. san francisco will soon see its first downtown store target store. the city plans to put the store in an entry on location. testimony in the women vs. wal-mart case will continue on tuesday. the supreme court hearing against wal-mart started this morning. samantha hayes tells us what prompted the lawsuit. >>reporter: women's rights groups rallied outside the supreme court tuesday ahead of opening arguments that a case could have a profound impact on the gender discrimination. the lawsuit were originally filed by six women in california, accusing wal-mart of paying them less than men who held compare the positions and passing them over for promotions. >> that he is the lead plaintiff in the case. >> while market is trying to keep us out of court is so the facts will not be presented to the public at large. >>reporter: issue is whether a class-action lawsuit that could affect as many 1.6 million plaintiffs could be brought against wal-mart. attorneys for the retail giant ar
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Mar 31, 2011 4:30pm PDT
. using google earth. >>reporter: mid-peninsula. that is the closure right. the san francisco international airport 1/2 between san francisco, said material. between millbrae and pearly game. and the san francisco /+ /+ /+ /+ /+ millbrae /+ /+ /+ /+ /+ /+ /+ /+ traffic is still being reported as stuffed or going very slowly. although crews have just told us that the >>reporter: north of the broadway exit in burlingame. he downed power lin a phone lind phone line. indicating these spots only one lane and the northbound direction was closed. 2-3 lanes and the southbound were closed. you can see that this is a very busy area on how we 1 0 1. just near s f o which is located here. >> please pardon the delay. >>catherine: 826 rolled unemployed worker was found breaking into the radioactive towers at fukushima daiichi. hey marcel, watch this! hey marcel, watch this! [ buzzer sounds ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hey marcel, watch this! yeah, marcel! -marcel! -hey marcel! are you listening to me? marcel! [ male announcer ] don't miss a second of ncaa march madness with my multiview, o
KRON
Mar 10, 2011 4:30pm PST
coming up. >>pam: in the c h p is joining us with conditions from the sierras. was it like right now, tony? >> caller: pamela, it is changing by the minute. it started off wonderful and then it got when the and then raining. and then snowfall. tire chain laws in effect. and now we're back to rain, the tire chain laws are drop in now, the snow is back. raincoat? la >>pam: and with visibility is that this issue? >> caller: not yet. oftentimes the fog will make its way up here. right now is snowing, and a mixture of rain and a lot of wet roads. >>pam: our people having difficulty on the roads? >> caller: not yet, knock on wood. there a been a few spinouts. but that tells me that it is not that slack. however, as soon as the sun could get down it is not-the slippery. >>pam: ski resorts? if >> caller: still snowfall which is a great thing. if they have plenty of snowfall as you probably would have guessed. i expect those conditions because, are higher in elevations they usually get snowfall if we are getting a mixture. >>pam: officer tony oroszkfresck you--the uc-berkeley walking path nea
KRON
Mar 2, 2011 4:30pm PST
from the children here. use it for their own purposes. it's devastating. >>pam: the two women reportedly told police, the bank records had burned up and last december's devastating fire at the school. they were arrested at the school on wednesday, while raises thought to be at large in the l.a. area. the theft candlelight when new officers took over the ptl organization last year. else read a police are investigating an attempted kidnapping near an elementary school. you could see on the map be attempted kidnapping happen on the corner of san carlos. jeff bush tells you what happened and who police are looking for. >>jeff: to take in the matter seriously, to say a girl was walking near st. jerome catholic schools around 3:00 p.m.. detectives say the girl was approached by a man and a black pickup. please see the man tried to get the girl to come closer to his vehicle but she knew something was up and ran into the school where she told a teacher. it by the time school officials made it outside the suspect was gone. police said the suspect was driving a beat- up black ford range
KRON
Mar 4, 2011 4:30pm PST
of what that would be used for. >> 50% of the city budget is police. whenever you get more money it would go to police. this is aimed to the general fund to save services. i will let you win 50 percent of your services are for police that's a sizable amount. it will also go to a violence prevention programs and other services in the city. >>pam: the proposed partial tax would require a two- thirds vote in order to pass. work on installing the fourth section of the bay bridge is new tower is over. it turns out caltrans did not need five entire days to get it all done. will tran and tells us why workers were able to beat the clock. >>reporter: caltrans workers should be working on the section of the tower but they're not. all because they have their work done ahead of schedule and finished at 1:25 a.m.. the save them all of them friday despite on tuesday they were afraid of falling way behind schedule. at that time it was raining and very windy. it was so bad they didn't get any work done they pulled the workers of the project and let them sit for couple of hours. they let the bad weather p
KRON
Mar 22, 2011 4:30pm PDT
for joining us, can you describe the road conditions right now? >>caller: yosemite national park received heavy snow the last couple of days. it's not so much that the roads are very dicey, they're definitely snow and ice in some areas. while were concerned about is the fact that the entire park is out of power. no residents and no visitors who are still in the park have power in any of their accommodations. we are definitely in a place that is remote, it's not easy to go and get supplies. the stores here in yosemite village has limited supply is far as food and assistance. it is very cold, those of us without heat are actually in the house that could be as low tablatures. >>pam: were hearing three to six days? >>caller: pg and is telling us three to six days at this point, it is distant destination we are expecting more snow that will be coming in tonight and tomorrow. in addition, there will be snow throughout the week as well. once this next storm passes over, we should have a better idea of when we will have power in the pack park. >>pam: thank you so much for your time. in other news
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Mar 3, 2011 4:30pm PST
to a different location. two u.s. airmen. the side of the frankfurt airport yesterday. 21 year-old is now described as a radical muslim who was specifically the gunning for american troops. no other injuries purify >>pam: traffic is still slow in both directions. the 80 towards of lower deck is barely moving. south 101 is also a crawl. what a difference of the bay bridge toll plaza. west, east, traffic is moving well and it is light. more news after the break. for california should be proud. we were the first to ban smoking on airplanes. the first to have smoke-free bars and restaurants. all while saving over $86 billion in health care costs... and over a million lives. we've done a good job. but even if you were born today, you'd still grow up in a world where tobacco kills more people... than aids, drugs, alcohol, murder and car crashes... combined. we have a lot more work to do. hey marcel, watch this! ♪ hey marcel, watch this! yeah, marcel! -marcel! -hey marcel! are you listening to me? marcel! [ male announcer ] only at&t u-verse lets you follow your favorite channels on one screen
KRON
Mar 17, 2011 4:30pm PDT
of radiation could be released into the atmosphere. kate thompson, kron 4 news. >>pam: the u.s. government is evacuate americans out of japan. and to take off and need not-east central trouble to that area. maureen kelly was at s f o no-troub troubl travel. >> i ended up coming back because there was so much talk about the nuclear reactors. explosions, and yes, it was kind of scary. i feel safer a little bit and here is my dad. >> hello. we are very concerned about what is happening is more uncertainty about anything that has happened thus far. it is uncertainty about what could happen in the next couple of days. >> i am very concerned about the nuclear power plant situation. until that is under control? we decided to come here for their children's safety in to wait it out here. to see how things will stabilize. once it is stabilized, it will we will return. i wish that this is it was under different circumstances. >>pam: snowfall on the beat is donating a difficult situation. on the- debris. brian todd shows you this town nearly completely washed away. >> parts of washed away, neighborhoo
KRON
Feb 28, 2011 4:30pm PST
to talk about. this wet weather is situated to the north of us. this timeline looks like it is going to push on to the latter part today. by 8:00 p.m. on tuesday, a few sprinkles to the north bay. and more widespread as we go towards the later hours. tandem, have your downpour's through santa rosa towards central file by 10:00 p.m.. over night around midnight towards some rafeal. with a strong wind, and even through some rafeal, and even early morning on wednesday. by late wednesday, the better chance of trying out with showers tapering off. the morning low expected to get out to the 30's overnight. 35 degrees expected for santa rosa and a few degrees warmer in summer as well. . 44 san francisco. san rafael dutch-upper 30's, low 40's and in terms of the afternoon? it looks like because they're going to stay in the 60s in the sunspots. fairfield, santa rosa, 55 degrees, san francisco and as we take you to the south bay. it will warm up to about 62 degrees for mountain view and san jose. for your kron 4 7 day around the bay the next break for the wet weather on your friday will bring b
KRON
Mar 9, 2011 4:30pm PST
will be the first use that new lab. >>jacqueline: temperatures outside right now warmer than yesterday but not as warm as what we had expected. a look at current conditions again in the low 60s which is warmer than what we saw yesterday. five degrees short of what we did expect so. 55 and have one day, 67 los gatos is our warmest. there is that band of clouds that of been sitting over the bay area throughout the day. we've been seeing the sun takes root it's been pretty hazy and kept our temperatures down we will have a break of clear skies over night before this talent system starts to push into the bay area. the take a look over expecting tomorrow at a glance. free clearing over night, tomorrow morning by 9:00 will see rain in the north bay. will push to the south and in the south bay level one to o'clock. it will see dry conditions after 4:00. a few clouds but dry conditions and we do have more rain in the forecast. in world news, an oil storage facility burning in libya after an arab attack. gaddafi has begun targeting the source of the country riches. if he is now claiming his suc
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